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The View - Syracuse Women's Sports Roundup

Welcome back to another installment of "The View." Time to recap the week that was in Orange women's sports. Ready? Lets roll.


LAST WEEK: St. John's stormed to a 9-0 lead at the Dome, built the lead to 17, and held off an Orange rally that saw them close to within four points, en route to a 70-58 win. Kayla Alexander led Syracuse with 22 points and 9 rebounds. Rp_primary_williams_medium

On Sunday, the Orange went to DC where they were beaten by a school that does not sell tickets to SU fans for men's basketball games by a score of 69-42. Kayla Alexander paced SU with her sixth double-double of the season, scoring 13 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

Scary stat: GU had 41 points at half. SU scored 42 the entire game (and only 13 in the first half).

THIS WEEK: A light week for the cagers, as the Orange travel to Jersey to play Seton Hall on Sunday the 22nd.

NOTABLE: Iasia Hemmingway was named to the Big East's weekly Honor Roll on January 9 for the second straight week. Her honor was based on averaging 23.5 points and 7 rebounds over two games.


LAST WEEK: The racqueteers opened their season with a 5-2 loss to No. 42 ranked (yes, I guess they rank that many teams in tennis) South Florida. Freshman Amanda Rodgers won her first collegiate singles match in straight sets.

THIS WEEK: The Orange travel to Texas to meet woulda-been Big East foe, TCU, on Saturday.

Ice Hockey

LAST WEEK: The team had the week off. I guess you can say they were undefeated this week.

THS WEEK: It is a busy week, as the Orange play three games in five days. First, third-ranked Cornell invades Tennity on Tuesday, and CHA foe Niagara comes to town for games on Friday and Saturday. The Orange won three of five games against NU last season, including all three at Tennity.

NOTABLE: Katie Billadeau, Shiann Darkangelo, and Lisa Mullan were named to the weekly CHA Honor Roll on January 9.

Did You Know?

Isabel Menard and Stefanie Marty hold the SU ice hockey record for career goals with 34.

Now You Know.